• Tyler, The Creator Arrested
  • Posted 43 months ago by Jack Lowe · music · 8853 Views
  • After visiting Westchester High School in Los Angeles to promote his highly anticipated new album Goblin, Tyler, The Creator was apparently arrested and taken into custody. There are currently no official reports as to what happened, but skateboards were confiscated and Tyler was released after a pretty short time. Tyler later tweeted "F**K COPS. F**K POLICE F**K YOU ALL I HOPE YOU ALL DIE. I WILL NEVER RESPECT YOU. PIGS" followed shortly after by the below picture.

    Fans were gathering at the gates of the school because earlier in the day Tyler had told them it was one of the secret locations where they could be pick up wristbands to grant them entrance to a "secret" album release show in West Hollywood.

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    • tyler, u rock dude. keep them PIGS at bay
    • tom Posted 43 months ago · 27 Reply
    • This dude is totally overhyped. Throw away the key.
    • Ryan Posted 43 months ago · 23 Reply
    • hipster celeb handcuffed wearing supreme, pigs, twitter, next pleease.
    • ahlice Posted 39 months ago · 28 Reply
    • ODD FUTURE WOLF GANG FUCK THE POLICE
    • Wolf Haley Posted 21 months ago · 18 Reply
  • Tell Mum Everything Is OK
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  • Trailer Tuesday
  • 43 months ago · film · 0 Comments · 2516 Views
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  • 43 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2169 Views
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  • 43 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 11072 Views
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  • 43 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 3968 Views
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  • Trailer: The Future by Miranda July
  • 43 months ago · film · 0 Comments · 3834 Views
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